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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 12-06-2013, 08:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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my 1965 GTO

Well I have had this car since high school. Which for me is about 10 years. My plan is to do a pro touring style car with minimal mods that would be hard difficult to reverse. Im not a super savvy with loading photos so we will see how this goes.
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A few of when it first came home.
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Tear down.
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I have to strip and prime what I can over the weekends. So I only did a section of the car everyweekend.
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Firewall, rockers and a pillars in ppg dp90lf.
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Some floor pan fun!
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I wish I would have just bought the complete floor. I had purchased the 7 piece kit just after buying the car. I dont recall if the didnt offer a complete trunk floor.
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Car was originally a tiger gold with a beige top with black interior. Dont know why the guy I bought it from special ordered that combo but what ever. The top was pitted and had the drip rails rotted. Also the sail panels were corroded. I found a donor roof and sail panels.
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the rear filler was replaced also. The trunk hinges were sprung so badly that the deck lid over hung the filler by a half inch. Once I got them rolled out the deck lid still sat 1/4 inch above the filler panel. You can see the difference in the photos.
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A little quarter panel work. I butt welded every joint. Just take some time and it will take minimal filler.
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